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Tutbury Castle - Entrance Gateway: pencil drawing

North east view of the remains of the Gatehouse. Another part of the ruins can be seen through the entrance. A man is standing under the gateway on a path. nonymous, [?Thomas Peploe Wood].

Tutbury Castle - John of Gaunt's Gateway: engraving

'John of Gaunt's Gate Way, Tutbury Castle.' South view from the inside of the ruins looking out. Showing an arch way with a window above. There is a low gate in the archway and a man is on a path walking ...

Upper House Lodge, Barlaston

A view of the drive leading to Upper House, taken from the Green, Barlaston. The lodge has since been demolished and the site is occupied by a car park. This postcard is postmarked Stafford, 10 October ...

Upper Lodge of Tamworth Castle

The Upper Lodge, built by Robbins in about 1827, can be seen in the centre of this photograph. The archway to the right was demolished in 1980, immediately prior to Queen Elizabeth's visit, when it was ...

US Army Hospital, Shugborough Park

The 312th Station Hospital on Shugborough Park was built during 1943 for the use of the United States Army during the Second World War. The thousand bed hospital had over 500 medical officers, medical ...

Walton Lodge, Walton on the Hill, Stafford

Walton Lodge was once the home of the Spooner family and later Mr. Wilfred Morgan, a partner in the Stafford firm of solictors Hand, Morgan & Owen. The house was demolished in 1977 and four Georgian ...

Weston Park Entrance, Weston Under Lizard

Weston Park was landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in the 1760s. Weston Hall was built by Sir Thomas and Lady Wilbraham in 1671. Lady Wilbraham is believed to have been the architect. In 1762 ...

Whitmore Road Lodge, Trentham

Whitmore Road Lodge or Hargreaves Lodge, and built by Thomas Roberts, the Sutherland Estate's Surveyor and Architect in 1896. The Sutherlands used this lodge if they were travelling to Newcastle or Market ...

Woodgate Cottage, Trentham

Woodgate Cottage is located on the edge of Trentham Gardens and Park. This Art Deco house was built on the London South Drive in 1925.

Yoxall Lodge

Yoxall Lodge was originally built as a hunting lodge in the Needwood Forest. The hunting lodge was acquired from Sir Nathanial Curzon by John Gisbourne and rebuilt as a comfortable Georgian country house ...